Have you ever turned your heat on full blast only to feel like your house STILL isn’t warming up? What would cause that?

Most homes lose 20 percent of their heat through leaks and poorly sealed connections in heating ductwork.

You can easily seal exposed ducts in your attic, basement, crawlspace, and garage with duct sealant. Taking the time to seal your ducts can pay off big-time in the long run.

Also, you may need to change your furnace air filter. We recommend they be changed once a month during the winter. When filters become clogged with dirt and dust, your furnace has to expend more energy to force the air through. This in turn can also raise your electric bill.